2000 Pacific Seacraft Trawler
The styling of the lines of the deck, cabin trunk and house artfully create a form that enhances the volume of the interior living space through a combination of cambers and facets. Deep bulwarks around the side decks add a feeling of security when moving about the main deck. Covered side decks outside of the main cabin help shade sun and shed water from the main salon and opening windows to allow maximum fresh air circulation. Adding Comfort to the cockpit area, there is a bimini top and a dash cover to protect the instruments. Stairs with generous tread width for access to the aft cabin top dinghy storage area and flying bridge are molded into the aft cabin house side. The main safety rail around the deck has 1-1/4 top rail supported on 1" stanchions with three opening gates. There are also 3 fiberglass opening doors in the bulwarks for convenient walk through boarding on both sides and astern. Two stainless steel handrails are mounted on the aft end of the aft cabin top. A beautiful varnished teak caprail finished the hull to deck joint. There is tabernacled trawler mast and boom with spreaders with lights to illuminate the bridge and aft deck. Also, there is a Harken winch with handle, winch pad and cleat for picking or laughing the dinghy. An extended bow/anchor platform supports the anchor for storage and launching for a 21 leg Ultimate anchor with approximately 100' of 5/8" nylon rod. Also there is a muir 1200 watt windlass which has 2 remote stations. Deck storage lockers are molded-in to port and starboard of the anchor platform. The deck/anchor raw water wash down fixture is installed in the port side. The lockers are covered with molded fiberglass hatches with lockdown handles. The transom door and port and starboard bulwark doors hinge inward to prevent accidental opening. The swim step is 24" deep and has a folding swim ladder. Two sliding doors open to the main cabin. The starboard forward door provides access to the salon through the helm station and allows access to the side deck. The port aft sliding door provides convenient access at the aft end of the salon and an easy route from the port side bulwark door. Access from the aft deck to the aft cabin is through a companionway with hinged doors covered with a sliding hatch.
The galley is l-shaped and built-in to the starboard aft end of the main salon. Storage is provided in a bank of three drawers, one drop face, and an undersink locker. An overhead cabinet has locker storage and a microwave oven installed. The countertop is Corian. Opening windows outboard and aft provide excellent cross-ventilation.
Fixtures and appliances - The Stove is a Force 10 propane 3 burner with oven and broiler. To maximize workspace, the oven door folds away as it opens. An additional large drawer for convenient pot and pan storage slides out from beneath the stove on smooth ball-bearing glides. The refrigerator/freezer is a Norcold DE 561 AC/DC upright. The Grohe faucet has a removable crane for pot washing and spraying. it is mounted over a double polished stainless steel Scandvik sink under mounted in the Corian countertop, for easy cleaning.
Large forward stateroom with v-berth, hanging locker, storage lockers with shelves. and ensuite head compartment with shower and vacuflush head. Three steps down from main salon with door and dashboard folding hatch for privacy this guest cabin is not a second class accommodation. The main salon has a steering station to starboard w/fold up helm seat and sliding door to side deck. "L" shaped setee to port with end table and fixed table centerline. Large, sliding windows are port and starboard.
The galley is starboard, aft in the main cabin. included are: Corian counter top with double stainless steel sink, three burner propane stove and full size refrigerator/freezer. Drawers and lockers below and lockers above provide ample storage.
Four steps down and aft from the main cabin is the master cabin with ensuite vacuflush head and separate shower stall. A large bed is center and ample storage is provided by numerous drawers, lockers and a large hanging locker. A companionway opens to the aft deck. There are also two opening and two fixed windows.
Back in the main cabin, opposite the galley, is a second door to the covered side deck. These wide outside passageways make movement around the vessel safe and convenient. Near the port door, molded steps lead to the large flybridge via the deck space over the aft cabin. The flybridge has a complete steering station, windshield, twin helm seats, a center line table and facing bench seats.
The 38-T is a beautiful Bruce king designed fast trawler built by Pacific Seacraft, one of the world's premier sail boat builders renowned for their robust construction and fine finish. Bruce king is also well know for the Hinckley Yachts, Picnic Boat line. True to most of his designs, there is seldom a straight run to be found in the graceful form of the 38-T, from the flared bow sections to the curved tumblehome of the stern quarters. instantly identifiable by her unique lines the 38-T is sure to turn heads at any yacht club or marina.
The 38-T with its powerful twin 350hp Caterpillar diesels and distinct styling is the only aft cabin "fast trawler" yacht of her size that offers excellent performance (16-20kts) and a luxurious comfortable interior with the security of covered side decks high bulwarks. The interior of this three cabin yacht is roomy, very well appointed and extremely well equipped.
M/V One Jillaroo has been well maintained with only 2,300 engine hours and is extensively fitted with all the bells, whistles and electronics you would expect including a 6.5kw Onan generator, two battery chargers, a Magnum inverter, AGM batteries, Marine Air reverse cycle air condition, 2 vacuflush heads, Corean counter tops through out, Norcold high capacity fridge and separate freezer, 1000 watt microwave, Muir 1200 watt windlass, Walker air and fuel Seps, built in oil changer for main engines and gen-set, Dura-max shaft seals, twin Racor manifolded fuel filter systems for each engine and Glendinning engine synchronizers at both helms.
Lower station: Raymarine E-80 Chart plotter, B&G: Network Autopillot, Network Speed, network Depth; Ritchie navigator compass-complete engine instrumentation; Glendinning switch; Windlass control, Fireboy control.
Flybridge: Icom IC-502 VHF, Raymarine E-120 chart, Brooks & Gatehouse: network Hydraulic Autopilot, network Data Repeater: Ritchie navigator compass: Windlass control; Complete engine instrumentation; Glendinning switch; Fireboy control; 12 volt outlet; 110v outlet. Raymarine 24 mile radar, 10' west marine.
Jillaroo is also equipped with a rib inflatable with outboard. There is also canvas bimini for the flybridge and flybridge cover. St. Croix transom mounted davits.
Very well laid out engine room with excellent access through four hatches and a lift up stairwell. Fuel filters and manifolds, water heater, holding tank and pump and most mechanics accessible from forward area of engine compartment. Twin CAT 3116, 350 hp with Twin Disc Transmissions, Walker Air-Seps, Fuel-Seps; Aquamet 1 3/4 shafts w/Durmax seals; Twin RACOR 75500 Max x2 Fuel Filters, Fuel crossover system; Oil change system for both engines; Fireboy automatic extinguisher; Glendinning engine synchronizer at both helms; Engine room ventilation system - four fans; 2" Sound insulation on engine room sides and overhead; Fresh water faucet; Zinc plate mounted to transom; PLUMBING- 12 gallon hot water heater; Fresh water 7 salt water deck/anchor pressure wash down; - Tank Watch on 55 gal. holding tank w/overboard and deck pump out; color coded fresh water hoses; Prop protector rope cutters for shafts and propellers.
The Beautiful dark blue hull, with a white boot stripe and green bottom paint, is classically styled with flared bow sections to produce a dry ride and lift the bow over the wave ahead when running in a following sea. The depth and shape of the forefoot guarantees a smooth ride. The chine design tapered chine flats deflects spray downward. A long rubstrake and quarter guard dressed with a stainless steel bead help to protect the finish on the topsides and add detail to accent the hull lines. The hull lines finish with graceful tumblehome in the aft sections. The hull bottom is sold fiberglass, providing long term protection against any slamming loads. high quality domestic polyester fabrics are used inside a vinylester skin coat. Four longitudinal Airlite-cored stringers with skins of biaxial and unidirectional roving add bottom panel stiffness and bear engine loads. The top sides are cored with Airlite PVC foam to achieve a high stiffness-top-weight ratio.
Jillaroo features a 6.5kw Onan generator . All wire is to ABYC specification. The main AC/DC distribution panel is conveniently located opposite the galley where it can be used without disturbing the occupants of either sleeping cabin. The main panel is metered for AD/DC amperage and voltage. The batteries are "Lifeline" absorbed glass mat (AGM) for safety and durability. The house bank consists of two batteries. The engine start battery is one 4D. Battery parallel switches are operable from upper and lower helm stations as well as from the battery switch panel. There is comprehensive battery charging capability onboard. In addition to the engine 110 amp alternator on each engine, there is 100 amp charger integral to the Magnum inverter/charger system. A Newmar charger is provided for back-up redundancy. The AC shore power system includes two 50 amp shore power inlets at both the bow and the stern. Shore power cords are provided one 50 foot and one 25 foot. Nine duplex outlets are located throughout the interior and engine room. One additional outlet is located on the bridge.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.